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TIFF winners:

People's Choice Award: The Fabelmans

People's Choice Award, First Runner Up: Women Talking

People's Choice Award, Second Runner Up: Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

 

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no surprise, but Fabelmans guaranteed a major oscar now.

 

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I’m willing to bet my money that Women Talking will win Best Picture. People are passionate about this film. The fact that it only got a limited number of screenings and still won 1st runner up—that’s incredible. (I am aware that they calculate not raw votes but the percentage of people who watched the film versus who voted for that film.) It was the fastest (and longest) standing ovation I experienced at TIFF.
 

The Fabelmans will lose momentum (probably around November when it gets a wide release, underperforms, and people’s perception of it changes), but Women Talking will be the little gem people discover and speak passionately about.

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Imagine Frances McDormand (producer of Women Talking) winning her fifth oscar. :bibliahh:

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congrats Spielberg on your 3rd director Oscar 

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i'm not seeing abusive male producer brad pitt's women talking winning for shining a light on abusive men.

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If Frances wins her 2nd 'Best Picture' Oscar with Women Talking, on top of her 3 'Best Actress' Oscars already...

 

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Th new Queen of Oscars

 

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Welp so Michelle Williams definitely an early frontrunner for Supp Actress then :ryan:

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1 hour ago, MAXIMO said:

Imagine Frances McDormand (producer of Women Talking) winning her fifth oscar. :bibliahh:

 

15 minutes ago, Feanor said:

If Frances wins her 2nd 'Best Picture' Oscar with Women Talking, on top of her 3 'Best Actress' Oscars already...

 

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Th new Queen of Oscars

 

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Women Talking, Frances WINNING

 

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FRANCES Winning AGAIN :jonny5:

I know stans of certain actress are seething :bibliahh:

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9 hours ago, Feanor said:

If Frances wins her 2nd 'Best Picture' Oscar with Women Talking, on top of her 3 'Best Actress' Oscars already...

 

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Th new Queen of Oscars

 

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I—

 

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I think Babylon will be the first movie from Chazelle to bomb critically and commercially. We'll see.

First Man was a bomb but it was critically acclaimed.

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8 hours ago, Broken said:

 

 

Another BOMB for Ms. Margot? 

 

Expected more from the lady that "ended" Jlaw :cm:

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And it's official:

 

 

Tuesday though. :skull: 

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Ready for Yeoh to take C/M Globe while Blanchett to take Drama Globe :duca: 

 

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Wait. Just found out that Babylon budget is 110M :deadbanana4: This will need to do at least 300M to breakeven :deadbanana4: If this flops at the box office, I don't think Margot will get nominated.

How did Margot always successfully get a role to star in a high budget movie? :deadvision:

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Margot being a part of two ensemble casts (one being a critical flop) might hurt her chances. 

 

I’m also hoping Triangle of Sadness gets a wide release. Dolly de Leon is creating early buzz for her scene-stealing role (don’t Google the film; go in blindly and see it with a big crowd). A wide release would help her momentum. 

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BA is so weak that I'm betting on Cruise for the fifth slot

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emancipation might drop this year after all.

 

the awkwardness if it becomes a big contender 

 

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5 hours ago, ALittleGauche said:

Margot being a part of two ensemble casts (one being a critical flop) might hurt her chances. 

 

I’m also hoping Triangle of Sadness gets a wide release. Dolly de Leon is creating early buzz for her scene-stealing role (don’t Google the film; go in blindly and see it with a big crowd). A wide release would help her momentum. 

I saw the Triangle of sadness trailer awhile ago and was interested, so I'm more interested now!

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23 hours ago, Donquizote said:

I think Babylon will be the first movie from Chazelle to bomb critically and commercially. We'll see.

First Man was a bomb but it was critically acclaimed.

Wasn’t First Man that? 

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2 minutes ago, Dark Phoenix said:

Wasn’t First Man that? 

It was acclaimed by critics and made 100M over 50M budget. 

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